Diane Siemer Scholarship

Purpose: To provide scholarships to GED (General Equivalency Diploma) graduates in Effingham County, with preference given to students attending Lake Land College.

Previous recipients:

2015: Tiffany Beccue and Maria Carrillo-Quijano

2014: Tiffany Beccue and Maria Carrillo-Quijano

2012: Kennedy Brummerstedt



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Our News Articles

  • Three recipients selected for Diane Siemer Scholarship

    Kobey Workman, Hailey Marsh, and Kalina Dunn have been selected as recipients of the 2018 Diane Siemer General Equivalency Diploma (GED) Scholarship.

  • Diane Siemer Scholarship names two recipients

    The purpose of the Diane Siemer Scholarship is to perpetuate higher educational opportunities by providing scholarships to GED graduates in Effingham County.

  • Diane Siemer Scholarship names two recipients

    Diane Siemer Scholarship names two recipients

    The scholarship was established by Diane’s family in honor of her long career in education working with individuals to earn their high school diploma by completing the GED test.

  • Siemer Scholarship awards two scholarships

    Siemer Scholarship awards two scholarships

    The Effingham County Community Foundation recently named Tiffany Beccue and Maria Carrillo-Quijano as the 2015 recipients of the Diane Siemer GED (General Equivalency Diploma) Scholarship. This is the second year both recipients received the scholarship.

  • 2014 Diane Siemer recipients announced

    2014 Diane Siemer recipients announced

    The Effingham County Community Foundation recently named Tiffany Beccue and Roccio Carrillo as the 2014 recipients of the Diane Siemer Scholarship.

  • 2012 Diane Siemer Scholarship recipient named

    Kennedy Brummerstedt has been named as the second recipient of the Diane Siemer Scholarship Fund.

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